285th anniversary Jubilee snuff is a nice mixture of spruce and menthol. Mild & cool, it is a very pleasant schnupft.
Exquisite... highly sophisticated snuff with a clean finish. A new favorite— "285" delivers a smooth, round, abundant nose with a melange of dark fruit (raspberry, strawberry, currant) without side-stepping its natural underpinning of smokiness to be savored long. Jubilaums with a snifter of Highland Park scotch is spot-on with its smoke-fire background. Dark chestnut brown appearance, medium grind, perfect moisture content and it traveled well... along with a solid hit of camphor without overpowering the fine balance. This captures the art of snuff making at its finest. Bernard has a style of their own, unique & elegant.
This is the best snuff I
This is a snuff, not a schmalzer, and is one of the best money can buy. It has to be the most refined menthol snuff that I know of. The menthol is by no means "full," so you get plenty of tobacco notes. Smooth as silk with a tiny hint of camphor. It is fine, moist, and has the strongest nicotine hit I have ever felt from a snuff (beats out the whites, rustica etc) if you let it dry out in the open air.
I liked the zwiefacher and postilion more. Probably my least favorite of the 3 or 4 schamlzlers i have tried but not bad at all. Nice mintiness to it but i usually like schmalzlers for the dark fruity scent and i like my mints to be dry that way they clear the sinuses. The schmalzlers tend to cause the most clog of any i have tried which isnt a big deal but there are some snuffs that will actually cure sinus clogging.
Nevertheless, i still highly recommend this.